Benefits of flame photometry, Chemistry

Benefits of flame photometry:

The subsequent are the main advantages of flame photometry.

  • It gives high sensitivity and high reliability for the determination of elements like, potassium, lithium, sodium, calcium, strontium, magnesium, and barium. These determinations are useful in medicine, agriculture and environmental science.
  • It is also successful within determining certain transition elements such as copper, manganese and iron.
  • Through making wavelength scan of the emission spectrum, it is probable to do qualitative analysis through employing flame photometer, but the application is severely limited.

 

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